Rostock is the largest city in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, though not its capital. It is a hub for Baltic Sea ferries, Germany’s largest port for cruise ships. Rostock stretches along the Warnow River estuary up to the Baltic Sea, with Warnemünde (literally “mouth of the Warnow”) district being a popular seaside resort and long the main port of Rostock. Warnemünde port remains one of the more important German ports for Baltic Sea Ferries as well as Germany’s most important port for cruise ships.
Hamburg is Germany’s second-largest city, situated over 100 km upriver from the North Sea on the Elbe. Hamburg has been one of Europe’s most important ports for centuries, its river location allows it to compete with Amsterdam or Venice with the number of canals, most of which are actually former small rivers and streams regulated to allow the sprawling city to expand over their banks. And on top of that, Hamburg has more bridges (over 2,300) than Amsterdam, Venice and London combined.
The Reeperbahn street in St. Pauli district is perhaps its the most defining feature, being a centre of the local nightlife and the city’s “red light district”. From vaudeville to prostitutes, from bars to sex-shops, you can find an assortment of attractions for straight, gay and bi, including multi-floor sex kinks, where the higher the floor you venture, the kinkier the sex acts become. Plus, it is frequently visited by a lot of travelers to go shopping for a huge variety of sex-related articles and toys.
Cologne is a city on the Rhine river in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is the fourth largest city in Germany. Cologne has a rich history, reaching back to the time of the ancient Roman Empire, when it was founded. A wealth of architectural heritage can be found across the city ranging from pre-Christian times to strikingly modern buildings, with a high concentration of Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
Munich is the capital of the federal state of Bavaria in the south of Germany. Standing on the river Isar in Southern Bavaria, it is famous for its beautiful architecture, fine culture, history and the annual Oktoberfest beer festival. Munich has a thriving cultural scene and striking architecture. It was heavily damaged by Allied bombing during World War II, but many of its historic buildings have been rebuilt, including its largest church, the Frauenkirche, and the City Hall. Munich is one of the most prosperous and fastest growing cities in Germany.